Utah Tobacco-Free Clubs and Taverns
Beginning May 15, 2006, the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act phased in a smokefree status at all Utah clubs and taverns. Final requirements went into effect on January 1, 2009.
The 2006 and 2007 Utah Indoor Clean Air Act Amendments provide additional health protection for employees and members of clubs and tavern patrons.
What it Means
Smoking is no longer allowed at any Utah tavern or club that is licensed through the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. This applies to all private parties held at these locations as well as during public or member hours.
Resources to Help Develop Tobacco-Free Policies
- Utah Policy Guides
- Utah Indoor Clean Air Act
- Workplace Tool Kit
- Quitting Resources
- Utah Tobacco Laws
- Health Impact of Tobacco